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From Davanum Srinivas <d...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Apache Prowler? ASF member support needed!
Date Fri, 17 Nov 2000 13:10:37 GMT
+1 for trying to get Ozone, SchemoX and Prowler into Apache XML project umbrella.

Thanks,
dims

--- Giacomo Pati <pati_giacomo@yahoo.com> wrote:
> 
> --- "Timm, Sean" <STimm@mailgo.com> wrote:
> > This is mainly directed towards Giacomo Pati and Donald Ball since
> > you two
> > are now officially ASF members, but I thought there might be others
> > in the
> > group interested in this as well.
> > 
> > I just finished reading up some information on Infozone and Prowler,
> > and I
> > came across the following message (thanks to xmlhack):
> > http://infozone-group.org/infozone-users/11-2000/msg00020.html
> > 
> > I think Prowler is a key piece of technology that is currently
> > missing from
> > the Apache XML project umbrella.  The Infozone Group is clearly
> > focused on
> > utilizing the other Apache projects to make this successful, and I
> > think
> > Prowler would get a lot more attention if it fell into the fold.
> 
> Can't agree more.
> 
> > Giacomo, I noticed your responses to the messages, so I know you've
> > already
> > been introduced to this, so I am mainly just trying to get a feel for
> > where
> > this might be in the process and if you and Donald are interested in
> > pushing
> > this to the ASF board.
> 
> Yes, I'm discussing it with Infozone people right now and will
> afterwards speek up at the PMC and member list about it.
> 
> My personal vision about a (nearly) complete XML infrastructure is as
> follows:
> 
> Xerces:    The workhorse to bring XML into the game
> Xalan:     The workhorse for transformation of XML instances
> Ozone/XML: A store for XML content
> Prowler:   To manage the XML content (access layer)
> SchemoX:   A front-end framework to manupulate XML content
>            This can be C2 components as well as a Swing GUI IIRC
> JetSpeed:  A front-end framework/components for content aggregation 
>            (Portal)
> Turbine:   Specifically the services accessable as general C2 
>            components
> Cocoon2:   The base framework to bring all those pieces together
> 
> All the above together with Tomcat and Apache HTTPD will complete the
> picture for me.
> 
> What are you oppinions?
> 
> Giacomo
> 
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